Ordway Center for the Performing Arts
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Recognized as one of the U.S.’s leading not-for-profit performing arts centers, the Ordway is home to a wide variety of performances that encompass the finest in Broadway musical theater, music, dance, and vocal artists in its Music Theater and Concert Hall.
Performing arts center that hosts a variety of performing arts, such as touring Broadway musicals, orchestra, opera, and cultural performers.
The Ordway’s glass façade is a landmark of central St. Paul, and its mix of local and touring productions delights throughout the year with a diverse range of crowd-pleasers.
Performing Arts National groups of Opera's, Plays, and Musical performances.
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“No other theater delves into the rich past (and sometimes present) of Minnesota with such variety, intelligence and respect for the region’s heritage. Recent plays have depicted the experience of immigrants in early Minnesota, legends from sports and culture, and the first stage play by Garrison Keillor. A vital part of the Twin Cities’ culture scene, History Theatre consistently attracts top-flight talent on its stage. ”
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“The smells are out of this world ! Fresh organic produce home made Breads Homegrown Apples and natural Homemade Soaps Love it!”
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“Dinosaurs, the Collectors' Corner, Omnitheater, and more discoveries await at the Science Museum of Minnesota in downtown St. Paul.”
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“Excellent museum of Minnesota history and culture. Exhibits are broad/inclusive and include recent history. Free Summer music series on the lawn and local history tours. www.mnhs.org ”
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“An often looked over sight that offers free tours (check online for timings and availability) of this stunning building. A must see while in town! ”
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